Some of you may be aware of transportation demand management (TDM), which is an approach to improving mobility by reducing vehicle demand instead of adding capacity. It includes initiatives to help employees and residents find ways to commute other than one person, one car during peak traffic times.
Select people have received an invitation from the Austin Transportation Department (ATD) to attend a workshop on TDM, with a focus on downtown, taking place Thursday, March 21st from 8:30 am to noon. The workshop is by invitation only. Details are here on the FAN calendar.
If you would like to attend, I can delegate my spot or suggest that ATD add you to the invitation list. If you attend on behalf of FAN, please be mindful of the positions FAN’s membership has (and has not) adopted, which are on the Votes page, and be prepared to report back to the group on what transpired at the workshop.
I thought @montunos would be a good voice to include, especially as it relates to parking spaces and the “induced demand” they create.